In an effort to define social capital and show the profound effects it has on our community, we’re introducing a new series of podcasts called “Who Built Me.” We’ve asked several prominent Charlotteans to talk about the people and ideas that have shaped them into who they are today.
In the latest edition of The Biscuit CLT Podcast’s “Who Built Me” series, Andy Goh talks to artist and entrepreneur Eric Ndelo. Eric is co-founder of screen printing company MacFly Fresh, located in Camp North End and known for their colorful and interactive pop-up screen printing booths. Eric talks about a friend of his named Adam Peele, who helped teach him screen printing before a trip to the Democratic Republic of the Congo several years ago.
Press play to hear Eric’s “Who Built Me” story. What’s yours?
The Who Built Me Series is sponsored by the Foundation For The Carolinas.
Keep It Fly With Eric Ndelo
Read The Biscuit’s profile on Eric and the story of how MacFly Fresh came to be: ARTICLE
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